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Troop 452 Honored by Tennessee Baptist Childrens' Home
Congratulations to Troop 452 being honored at the 2011 Tennessee Baptist Children's Home SERVANT AWARDS DINNER on Thursday, September 15, 2011 for many hours of community service, more than 300 Blessings Bags filled with after school snacks for the TBCH tutoring room, hours of board games with the children of TBCH, a recent "Everybody's Birthday Party" with 12 cakes celebrating each month of birthdays with the TBCH kids and Troop 452 helped put on a recent AWARENESS DAY CARNIVAL raising more than $6,000 at the TBCH Bartlett campus. TERESA RECTOR, CHAPLAIN TROOP 452 AND ASSISTANT TROOPMASTERS JIMMY THRON AND MARK LITTLE WILL BE ATTENDING THE AWARDS DINNER ON BEHALF OF TROOP 452 AT THE TBCH BOYS RANCH LOCATION IN MILLINGTON.
Local Scouts Earn Robotics Merit Badge
Congratulations to Cornelius Mayfield II, Troop 441,
Southeast District who earned the
first Robotics Merit Badge to be awarded in the Chickasaw Council.
Scouts who earned the Robotics Merit Badge in August in the Chickasaw Council are
William Bailey, Troop 455; Eli Lawrence, Troop 455; Maxwell Theilemier,
Scouting in the News
Congratulations Troop 452 chartered by Arlington United Methodist Church and to
Scoutmaster Steven McCarver for having several articles appear in magazines and
Carlos and Carla Tellez from Troop 441 Teaching the Trucking and Transportation merit badge to a group of Scouts from the Southeast district
Flag Retirement at Camp Currier
March 11-13 Cub Scout Pack 186 from Southaven, MS and Pack 234 from Olive Branch, MS camped at Camp Currier. Unknown to both packs, we both planned Flag Retirements for our Saturday evening campfires. With the help from Dennis Johnston, Ranger at Camp Currier, and his support staff both packs joined together for our evening Flag Retirement around a newly built bonfire pit. Imagine a clear night filled with stars from the heavens, including a moon halo, playing in the background by Pack 186 the musical piece “Taps” and the retirement of 32 flags, it was a night to remember.
Pack 234 saved the grommets and made necklaces decorated with red, white and blue beads as a reminder of a great weekend.